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is investigating. >>> is there more than one mona lisa? some folks think so. we'll show you the painting some believe da vinci painted years before the famous one that now hangs in the louvre. >> reporter: what do local veterans think of governor romney? they get a personal meet and greet today in springfield. i'm peggy fox. >>> swing state virginia on the minds of both president obama and mitt romney and today both of them spent the day campaigning there. peggy fox caught up with romney as he spoke to veterans at the american legion in springfield and he began his speech hammering the president for the job losses predicted under sequestration cuts that may come at the end of this year. >> members of the american legion, thank you. >> reporter: governor mitt romney talked up his support of defense spend. he said cutting defense spending -- spending. he said cutting defense spending now should be unthinkable. >> the world is not a safe place. it remains dangerous. >> reporter: governor romney explains to have a strong military, a strong economy is needed. >> our economy needs to be reinvigo
a look te weather with lisa argen. >> lisa: our warming and drying trend begins today. here look from mount tam. we are looking at clear started. winds higher elevations, a little bit of a breeze but we'll see very little of a sea breeze today. so with the weak breeze and practically no fog at our coast. we are on our way to a rapid warmup. excessive heat watch has been dropped but we still are looking at a wide range of temperatures. numbers will climb into the upper 80s in inland valleys. mid to upper 80s closer to the east bay. we're talking about warm day for the a's game, sunny skies at our beaches and look at the beginning of the workweek that locks very similar. i'll have details coming up. >> carolyn: thank you. as the temperatures climb several bay area counties are opening cooling centers to help people deal with the heat. in santa clara county, centers will be on 70 at cupertino and morgan hill. you can cool off alameda county at three city libraries and the union city sports center. for more information go to abc7news.com and click on see it on tv. >>> now to an east bay p
is meteorologist lisa argen. >> lisa: just cloudy everywhere in morning. here is san jose, 57 degrees and you will look for a high in the low 80 95.. we will be looking at the clouds and low fog. partly cloudy in livermore. clear skies in concord. look what happens by about 10:00. we're sunny everywhere for san mateo coast and in and around marin county but we'll warm it up. nice temperature spread, 60s and 70s around the bay with some 80s as you head to our east bay valleys. today will be pretty warm in our inland valleys. changes coming up in the second half of the weekend new this morning, one of the largest volunteer efforts in the world takes place today. here in the bay area, those of volunteers are expected to hit beaches, shorelines for the state's coastal cleanup day. they will be picking up debris and other discarded junk. more than a hundred countries are taking part in an international day. 9 million pounds of garbage picked up last year. coastal commission says 1.3 million pounds of trash was picked up here in california alone. volunteers started at dozens of location. lake merri
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to parents. i'm terry mcsweeney. let's start with a quick first look at the weather. here is lisa argen with the very first you a number forecast. >> lisa: here is the view from mount tam. you see the marine layer at about 800 feet. it won't be influencing the area very much, not only to today but the next several days. but it will keep a low profile and temperatures warm quickly today. we're in the 40s and 50s so it's cool at the coast. by noontime, we should be 60 at the coast and mid-70s inland and we are on the way to the warmer day for the weekend, mid 60s at the shoreline, near 90 livermore valley and evening hours, more fog and sea breeze that is going to lead to a cooler sunday. i'll tell you how cool in a little bit. >> terry: this morning, several san francisco businesses are cleaning up after a second straight night of vandalism by protestors upset over a police shooting that occurred on thursday night. police lined up outside the police station to protect it after it was vandalized thursday night. 40 demonstrators threw things at police and one officer was injured. they dama
mopa lisa? who says crime doesn't pay? jim axelrod on an auction of memorabilia from america's most notorious criminals. >> reporter: this was in clyde's waistband? captioning sponsored by cbs this is the "cbs evening news" with scott pelley. >> pelley: good evening. it turns out the economy is growing even more slowly than we thought. the government told us that u.s. growth in the second quarter was an anemic 1.7%, but today, the commerce department put out a new estimate showing us it was even less than that, just 1.3%. and this is what caught our attention in the report-- the government said half of the downward revision can be blamed on the drought. it's destroying crops, including the corn in this field le roy, illinois. and on the land clayton arnold has been farming in walker, missouri, for 40 years. a new report today on the drought says it continues to get 5%rse. it now covers 65.5% of the lower 21.5and in 21.5% of that area, the area you see in red, the drought is extreme or exceptional. so we asked anthony mason to dig further into the impact the rtought is having on our
. weather is more important than usual perhaps. >> lisa: we've got a west wind at 12 from roof camera. not much of a breeze and low ceiling all wait out towards the delta, winds kicking up to 20 miles an hour. the plan for the rest of the day today will be clearing from the east to the west. it's going to stop right at the san mateo coast. we're going to see plenty of clouds at the shoreline. it's going to be another cooler than average afternoon. by noontime, to the 50s around the coast to 60s around concord and livermore. by 4:00, we'll see 50s at the coast. mild numbers inland. 70s mainly around the bay and look for more clouds and fog tonight and warmup begins tomorrow. >> terry: new this morning, in concord where contra costa fire investigators are trying to determine the cause of a fire that burned two homes. it started about 3:00 this morning in 1700 block of margo drive. firefighters had it under control in less than an hour. >>> dumbarton bridge is closed this entire weekend. take a look at the last cars crossing the dumbarton bridge. on weekends about 3,000 vehicles per day.
much. our meteorologist lisa argen is here now talking about a pretty stable weather pattern. >> lisa: that's right. we have a stable air mass. that is the fog. as you head outside, we have people out and about. this is race featuring a marathon, ten k and 5-k. there is open hand and we are looking at slow clearing in the city. may be cooler here but livermore is 62. forecast is next. >> carolyn: also next an exciting night down on the farm as stanford upsets number 2 ranked usc. mike shumann has "and what's your name?" "oh, it's flo." "and what do you do?" "oh, i sell insurance like no one else." "oh, that's nice." "thank you." now, that's progressive. call or click today. >>. >> carolyn: welcome back everyone. it's 9:19 on this sunday, september 16th. thank you for joining us on this day back in 1620, the mayflower set off to the voyage to america. here is a live picture with heavenly cam. showing you tahoe where lisa says it's going to be in the mid-70s there today. >> lisa: right now in the upper 50s and tahoe valley airport, truckee is 48. low clouds and fog are lingering over pa
? brian ross on hundreds of tsa officers caught red-handed. >>> and mona lisa mystery. you know the masterpiece. but could this be a second mona lisa? it was a claim that shocked the world today. so we put it to the test. >>> good evening. diane is on special assignment this thursday. we're going to tell you more about that in a bit. but we begin tonight with cyber warfare. the most extensive attack on american banks ever. launched from the middle east, happening right now. citigroup, bank of america, jpmorgan chase, wells fargo, u.s. bank corp and today, pnc. america's biggest banks, with millions of american families locked out of their accounts online. so, what does it mean for your money? who's behind it? how long has it been happening? officials across the government are tracking the attacks, working to keep them from becoming financial nightmares. abc's senior justice correspondent pierre thomas starts us off. >> reporter: tonight, the financial and banking industry is on high alert as a massive cyber attack remains under way. potentially millions of customers trying bank
in to examine the fbi called in to examine the second mona lisa. we call this our mission. green toys teaches children that if i have a milk jug and i stick it in the recycling bin it can turn into something new. chase allows us to buy capital equipment to be able to manufacture in the states to the scale we need to be a global company. with a little luck green toys could be the next great american brand. find what's next for your business >>> a mysterious disease that appeared 6,000 mi. away has spread to the bay area, dozens of people got sick in asia and now a case in oakland, dr. kim mulvihill looks at the symptoms an unusual way doctors are treating it. >>> at kaiser oakland medical center doctors a man examine a young asian woman with a persistent cough, the test reveal a bizarre surprise and unusual bacterial infection and organisms in with patients with advanced aids >>> we did a biopsy in fact everywhere we poked with a needle she started to leak this organism from her body >>> she did not have hiv kaiser specialist dr. roger baxter >>> it the more we treated her the worst she didn't
look at the weather with our youologist, lisa argen. >> good morning, everyone. here's mount tam. looks sunny. a bit of a breeze blowing in the higher elevations but way up there we are looking at a little bit of fog. a speck of it in santa rosa where numbers have dropped down into the 40s. today a narrow spread. we will see 60s to 80s instead of the mid-and upper 80s. you notice is well out into the valley. we have a system offshore that will generate a bit more of a breeze and cooler air filters in throughout the afternoon. temperatures will be a little cooler today. i'll tell you how long it is going to last because we have a warmup to talk about with our seven-day outlook a little later. carolyn. >> thank you, lisa. >> a walnut creek man has been charged with manslaughter after two women were struck last night with his truck. one died and one is in the hospital. police have identified the driver at 53-year-old hussein debe. rees. >> witnesses say about 6:30 the red chevrolet pickup truck came speeding south bound on north main street in walnut creek. a family of three was walking on
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meteorologist lisa argen. >> hi, carolyn. had a little fog at the coast. yesterday we did warm up, but certainly not as much as we thought. today the warmup continues and the fog still is situated at the shoreline. so the winds have not switched totally to a northerly gradient, but we are clear inland. 40s and 50s to start on out. we will look for the warmup to continue throughout midday. by noontime, 70s and 80s around the bay. still 50s at the coast but we are sunny. by 4:00 in the afternoon numbers will be upper 80s around the bay, upper 90s inland and 60s at the coast. it will be a warm evening and the fog will be away from the coast the next couple of days, but how warm will our warmth last? i'll let you no in a couple minutes. >> all right. thank you, lisa. several bay area counties are preparing for the hot weather. they are opening cooling centers to help people deal with the heat. in santa clara county centers will be open in cooper tino and emergency began hill. contra costa county had three centers in san ramon and you can cool off in almeda county at three city libraries and the unio
lisa argen. >> hi, carolyn. >> we had a nice day yesterday but the fog, boy, it took some time to clear. really it didn't totally from the coast. but today a different story. the warmup still on tap. the sea breeze will be lighter and we are still looking at some patchy fog this morning. by the 10:00, 11:00 hour continues to push back and we will see some sunshine. numbers in the mid-60s to upper 60s from the coastline and the fog not far, but we will see mostly sunny skies around the bay. and the warmup continues with numbers in the mid-80s, oakland upper 80s down through san jose. and the upper 90s in the livermore valley. so that is an increase about five to seven degrees in our warmest inland valleys. we will talk about the beginning of the work week, which still features the warmth. that's coming up, carolyn. >> thank you, lisa w this heat wave, several day area counties are opening cooling centers to deal with the heat. in santa clara, cooling centers will be open in cupertino and morgan hill. contra costa county has three centers in san ramon and you can cool off in almeda county
's start with a quick first look at the weather with our meteorologist lisa argen. >> hi, carolyn. good morning, everyone. we have the clear sky this morning from our roof camera. the official sunrise 67:47. some of our temperatures in the north bay valleys have dropped significantly. we are down into the lower 40s to start out. and that fog, some patches of it across the bay into our east bay. but by the afternoon we will see more sunshine, but the temperatures, yeah, you are going to definitely going to not a cool down. look at the 90s there. they are more widespread. more 80s for the extreme eastern portion of our bay. so we are talking about a cool down of anywhere from two to six degrees today. the onshore flow kicks up, and that means a sea breeze at our coast. we will talk about the particulars coming up and how long this cool down will stick around. carolyn. >> lisa, thank you. a walnut creek man has been charged with vehicular manslaughter after his pickup truck struck two women who were talking walking on the sidewalk last night. one victim died at the scene, the other in the
, elizabeth wenger will have the latest from the traffic center but first lisa washington is live from the chp command post in alamo. >> we are actually just north of the area where the shooting happened, you can see interstate 680 just above us. i want to give you the latest information that we have received from chp, we have to update so far regarding the shooting, here's the very latest, the chp says that they're looking for a woman in connection with the shooting, she was apparently in a second vehicle, a black nissan maxima that chp found. this shooting began ... ended in gunfire for the chp officer and the person that people over, it happen on interstate 680 south just north of alamo at 8:20 a.m., a chp spokesperson says ... >> we lost lee said there but what you're seeing here is the scene right now, that green jeep and hauled in a situation with the chp, a routine traffic stop, we do not know why he was pulled over but i believe that we have the audio fixed so let's throw back to lisa. >> we're still having some audio difficulties, lisa, are you there? ok, we're still having difficulti
recognizable piece of art on earth >>> takes a good luck which one is the real mona lisa or are they both real reporter mark phillips on the debate that as art historians billing at double take. even the fbi ways and >>> they sounded so convinced, >>> leonardo's earlier version >>> she looks familiar with this mona lisa looks like the old melissa after a nip and tuck she could be her younger sister in fact that the mona lisa foundation in geneva a group formed to investigate the painting insists this is a second melissa also painting by leonardo da vinci of the same woman when she was 10 years younger. to support their case they prepared a found providing and a rebel documents purporting to show leonardo painted the image twice, they provided scientific proof using modern scanning techniques and brought in an fbi specialist to show the 10 year younger mona lisa would have looked like this and they cited art experts. >>> for me this is an original of leonardo >>> no it is not say other experts like the man who wrote numerous books on leonardo get arthur cam from oxford university >>> fish and i
is lisa argen. >> lisa: good morning. we are looking at the low clouds and fog right over coit tower, marine layer about 1500 feet deep and because of that we're looking at partly cloudy skies around the bay this morning. in fact the fog has made its way over to the east bay and some dense fog from santa rosa, quarter mile visibility and down to monterey. we're sunny and mid 60s around the bay with mid 70s inland. afternoon highs, 3:00, 4:00, reaching 90 in inland valleys. upper 70s around the bay and talking about those 60s with the sea breeze at our coast. fog returns, that is going to lead to a cooler afternoon for the second half of your weekend and then the warmup in the seven-day outlook. >> terry: this morning, two children kidnapped by their father and taken for a ride on a stolen boat are safe. three-year-old brooklyn and two-year-old devin were rescued last night. their father is in custody. tomas ramon has the story from coastguard pier. >> the coastguard was unleashed the stolen sailboat in which christopher sailed away with the two children on tuesday. south san francisc
with a first look at our weather with our meet olympics jest lisa argen. >> hi, carolyn, good morning, everyone. here is our high definition emeryville camera. the fog is moving across the bay. some of the fog dense to the north. in and around the santa rosa area and also around the central coast. starting out with mostly cloudy skies. temperatures are in the mid-50s but dropping into the upper 40s in some of our north bay valleys. by 7:00 we should see mainly 50s. we will have more sunshine. and looking at some hazy conditions around noon with more 60s to low 70s in our inland east bay. notice we are still in the upper 50s at our coast with some partial afternoon clearing. upper 80s return to our inland valleys. low clouds and fog getting the upper hand today in some neighbors. i'll detail the forecast for the week ahead a bit later. carolyn. >> we will look for you later, lisa. developing news in fairfield this morning where we are learning more details about three people who were shot overnight. police say just after midnight they were called to the 1200 block of dana drive where me they fou
meteorologist lisa argen. >> hi there, carolyn. there morning, everything. we're are checking out the fog along the coast. it is really bringing some lee visibility from santa rosa down along parts of southern marin. if you are headed out, be careful with that. it won't make it all the way across the bay, but we will see low clouds this morning and higher clouds later on w that an onshore push will bring the numbers down a few degrees today. we will see 70s and 80s and plenty of sun, but it will be cooler than the 90s we saw in the try valley. and by the afternoon the breeze continues and numbers dropping into the 60s and 70s and 50s at the coast. this begins a little bit in the dip of our temperatures, feeling somewhat more like fall. carolyn. >> a federal criminal investigation of chevron's richmond's refinedry is underway. officials are examining why chevron allowed hadron carbon gases to be by passed through monitoring equipment to be burn off or flared. the san francisco chronicle reports the u.s. environmental protection agency has launched a criminal probe over the 2010 discovery of a pi
lisa argen. >> hi there, carolyn. good morning, everyone. from our sutro camera you can see a little bit in the way of low clouds and fog. some of had is creating dense fog along the shoreline. the sun is up, 6:59. it will be gray at our coast. temperatures have dropped into the 40s in some spots. but for the rest of the morning, we are talking low to mid-50s and some upper 50s. then by noontime we will see mostly sunny skies, 60s and 70s. a few high clouds drifting by this afternoon for temperatures of slightly cooler, a little bit more of a sea breeze. we will see mid-60s downtown, 70s around the bay. low 70s for oakland today with mid-80s inland. and this evening a little bit more fog. so we have a railroad fall-like forecast. the rest of it is upcoming. carolyn. >> thank you, lisa. >> a federal criminal investigation of chevron's richmond's refinery is underway. officials are examining why chevron allowed hydrocarbon gases to by-passed through monitoring equipment to be burned off or flared. the "san francisco chronicle" reports the u.s. environmental protection agency has launch
of all time, or she could be a total impostor. that's right, a younger mona lisa surfaced. no one seems to know if she is the real deal. can you believe that? >> fascinating. >> i know. and i actually saw the real mona lisa. painting is like that big. i wonder how big that one is. we begin with american banks under attack. hackers have targeted one bank after another in one of the biggest cyberattacks ever seen. >> millions of people have been locked out of their accounts online by a shadowy group some where in the middle east. abc's pierre thomas has details. >> reporter: the financial and banking industry is on high alert as a massive siber attack remains -- cyberattack remains under way. millions of customers trying to bank blocked. among the targets. bank of america, pnc and wells fargo. >> there is an elevated level of threat. the threat is high. >> reporter: sources tell abc news, a denool of service attack, where hackers from the middle east have secretly comman deared thousand of computers worldwide. those computers or zombies have overwhelmed bank web sites with a barrage of el
meteorologist lisa argen. >> hi there, carolyn. good morning, everyone. looking good but we have more low clouds and fog moving across the bay. it's a cooler start, down to 44 degrees in our north bay valleys. right now we will look for the fog to overspread parts of the bay, and then pull back and we will look for temperatures today to be a little cooler. we have a trough situated off the northern california soft coast and that's going to allow for numbers to be in a more narrow range. notice those 90s are a little bit further reaching to the east and we will talk about how long the cooling trend will last in a few minutes. carolyn. >> thank you, lisa. a walnut creek man has been charged with vehicular manslaughter after his pickup truck struck two women who were talking walking on the sidewalk last night. within victim died at the scene, the other in the hospital. she's in the hospital right now. police have identified the driver as 53-year-old jose debreesi. abc7 news reports. >> witnesses say about 6:30 the red chevrolet pickup truck came speeding south bound on north main street in walnut c
lisa argen. >> good morning, carolyn. here's the view from mt. tam. you notice the fog off in the distance and then some higher clouds. today a little difference than yesterday. we saw 90s yesterday but already in the upper 50s today. but some cooling will take effect from the date-day sea breeze and also a few high clouds. 60s and 70s as we head toward noontime around the bay. it will stay in the upper 50s at our coast and by the afternoon mid-80s. so numbers cooling back anywhere from two to four degrees today, but still very pleasant out there. we will look for much of this weather to stick with us. we are talking not only the rest of september, but we've got the rest of the weekend to talk about. today we are fine-tuning the forecast coming up. carolyn. >> thank you, lisa. >> a federal criminal investigation of chevron's richmond's refinery is underway. officials are examining why chevron allowed hydrocarbon gases to by-passed through monitoring equipment to be burned off or flared. the "san francisco chronicle" reports the u.s. environmental protection agency has launc
reputation. when we come back on a thursday, is it the prequel to mona lisa. claims that leonardo davinci created this version of the iconic painting at least a decade before the one that hangs in the louvre. davinci pained this one prior to the one hanging in the louve. whooo! [ sigh of relief ] [ male announcer ] choose taste. choose prego. [ sigh of relief ] here's my mocute. routine. then new activia breakfast blend. a great way to help start the day. it's hearty with twice the protein of regular lowfat yogurt. mmmm... new activia breakfast blend. here's one story. i'm sean. i switched to advil® 10 months ago. biking can be really tough on the lower back and your upper thighs. you have some nasty aches and pains. i really like advil® because it takes care of it all. neck ache, shoulder pain and definitely lower back pain. i use advil® because my wife, she's a nurse, she recommended it. [ male announcer ] make the switch. take action. take advil®. and if pain keeps you up, sleep better with advil® pm. >>> here's a look at the weather in some cities around the country. washington,
smile, but is this a real mopa lisa? who says crime doesn't pay? jim axelrod on an auction of memorabilia from america's most notorious criminals. >> reporter: this was in clyde's waistband? captioning sponsored by cbs this is the "cbs evening news" with scott pelley. >> pelley: good evening. it turns out the economy is growing even more slowly than we thought. the government told us that u.s. growth in the second quarter was an anemic 1.7%, but today, the commerce department put out a new estimate showing us it was even less than that, just 1.3%. and this is what caught our attention in the report-- the government said half of the downward revision can be blamed on the drought. it's destroying crops, including the corn in this field inula roy, illinois. and on the land clayton arnold has been farming in walker, missouri, for 40 years. a new report today on the drought says it continues to get worse. it now covers 65.5% of the lower 48, and in 21.5% of that area, the area you see in red, the drought is extreme or exceptional. so we asked anthony mason to dig further into th
leaders did so at one gathering, while the police union held another. lisa amin gulezian is live with the story. lisa? >> dan, the special tod de session -- special study session ended here, and the focus is on what to do about san jose's struggling and shrinking police department. >> how do we protect the safety of our residents and neighborhoods in the face of inadequate resources. >> reporter: the one leading the effort -- is chief chris more, but he uh -- chris moore, but he announced his retirement after 18 months on the job. it comes with a spike in crime. in august there were nine homicides in 11 days. the chief pointed out that tonight gang crimes are getting more violent. >> we are seeing guns used where we may have seen knives or fists used in the past. when you have guns involved you are more loikly to see fatality -- more likely to see fatalities. >> reporter: they learned that the response time to violent crimes is getting longer, nearly seven minutes. the goal is six. >> we have a lot fewer opposition on the streets. the time it has taken to get to the calls has inc
of that and flying meteorologist lisa argen here. >>> a few high clouds, nice and mild in the city, 63 san francisco, 70s by the delta and antioch 69 at the coast warmer and cooler. i'll tell you which one and a look at a nice looking week ahead, featuring warmer weather next week. >>> health update on anchor robin roberts. how she is doing one day after bone marrow >> happening right now mitt romney is just releasing his 2011 tax returns. he paid 1.9 million dollars in taxes on 13.7 million dollars of income. that is a 14.1% rate. romney's campaign earlier estimated that romney will pay about 3.2 million in taxes. he is still refusing to release returns from earlier years as the obama campaign is demanding. romney will be raising more cash for his campaign in the bay area this afternoon. he's scheduled to appear at a $50,000 per person continuer in at a private home. has no public events scheduled. he swung through the bay area in july attending fundraisers. >>> president obama will be returning to the bay area as well for his sixth fundraising event in the past year. tickets for october 8th, conce
one person may have been trapped inside. abc7 news reporter lisa amin gulezian is live with the story. lisa? >> dan, the fire started just after 7:00 tonight in the house behind me. take a look. you can see a lot of damage left behind. and right now firefighters and investigators are sifting through the remains. the cause is still under investigation. itthe fire started in the garage, and you can see how high the flames left from the building. there was a lot of confusion when firefighters first got here in east san jose. the family who lives here got out safely, but they thought one other person was trapped in the garage. so firefighters went in using thermal heat imaging cameras trying to find that person. who it turns out wasn't even home at the time. while crews are inside they realize the fire had gotten into the attic. >> the roof was weak early on. our crews took a lot of risk looking for the potential rescue victim. once we determined there wasn't anybody there and the roof weakened we pulled everybody outside for their safety and went to a defensive operation. >> there was a
have been trapped inside. abc7 news reporter lisa amin gulezian is live with the story. lisa? >> dan, the fire started just after 7:00 tonight in the house behind me. take a look. you can see a lot of damage left behind. and right now firefighters and investigators are sifting through the remains. the cause is still under investigation. itthe fire started in the garage, and you can see how high the flames left from the building. there was a lot of confusion when firefighters first got here in east san jose. the family who lives here got out safely, but they thought one other person was trapped in the garage. so firefighters went in using thermal heat imaging cameras trying to find that person. who it turns out wasn't even home at the time. while crews are inside they realize the fire had gotten into the attic. >> the roof was weak early on. our crews took a lot of risk looking for the potential rescue victim. once we determined there wasn't anybody there and the roof weakened we pulled everybody outside for their safety and went to a defensive operation. >> there was a lot of smoke.
4 shows what it is. >> reporter: going to work every day is never a typical experience for lisa daly. as a congressional lawyer she relies heavily on public transportation to get in and out of the district from rockville. you see, lisa is autistic and has sensory processing disorder. >> i ride the metro. and when i ride the metro, it's easy for me to get overstimulated. it involves an oversensitivity to anything from light, sound, touch, texture. >> reporter: after years of uncomfortable rides to work, lisa designed her sensory shields. >> i can sit on it so i don't have to sit on the metro seat. and then there's the partition that goes between me and the next passenger. >> reporter: and i have to admit i wasn't sure how other passengers would react to the device. but it was quite the hit. this woman even wanted one for herself. >> i don't want anybody to sit with me. >> i know. >> reporter: laughter aside, dr. susan rich, one of the nation's leading psychiatrists, said lisa's shield allows her to keep the overstimulation in check. >> it's allowing her to function in society in a way
. lisa amin gulezian is live in east oakland with more on that. lisa? >> lisa: the march and rally ended here just a little while ago. people prayed and re-affirmed their commitment to making oakland a safer place to live. >> take back the streets. got to take back our communities. >> lisa: they marched 100 strong down international boulevard, demanding change come to oakland. pastors from several oakland churches are leading the march because right now oak lean is struggling. last night four people were shot during three different incidents. one was in this kentucky fried chicken parking lot on mcarthur boulevard. last week ten more people were shot, including three children. >> no one wants this to happen to their children. >> lisa: she is matching just for her children but for all of oakland's children. >> our youth, i don't know what's wrong. so you know what? you have nothing else, you do have to pray. ♪ >> lisa: they sang, prayed and talk about the city's real problems and real solutions. >> what i really think is african-american males need to step up and take their behinds out
. less take a look at the forecast. here's meteorologist lisa argen. >> that's right. it is a spare the air day today. we are anticipating some pretty warm weather. right now we have plenty of fog, in fact some mist. be careful if you head on in this morning across any of our bridges. upper 50s is what you can expect to the low 50s all around the bay. but quickly we will warm and in fact today the much more comfortable day around the bay. in fact we are talking about excessive heat watch for the end of the weekend. so by noontime temperatures will climb into the 70s around the bay. low 80s in our inland valleys but then look what happens by 4:00. we are talking mid-90s, into the mid-80's around the bay. it will be a nice evening. not much in the way of low clouds and fog and the winds are expected to be relatively light. terry. >> thanks a lot, lisa. this morning she is in custody. the woman accused of leaving her daughter behind of a getting caught shoplifting is in bars. 34-year-old marscy keelin was arrested in nevada last night. officers found her in a motel room with a male com
mcsweeney. we have a lead story when it comes to weather. here's meet lisa argen. >> hopefully you won't be getting hot and bothered this weekend because we have a lot of heat headed our way. tomorrow much warmer. we do have fog to talk about from our roof camera not only here in the city and along the coast, but it is all around the bay. almost into concord. clear around the delta. and visibility is reduced in parts of the bay. so temperatures are school. we have mist, plenty of 50s out there, but by noontime it will be sunny, a few patches of fog left over at our coast. 70 #* 70s and 80s around the bay. a quick warmup and we will see the sea breeze confined justify to the shoreline. numbers in the 60s there, 80s around the bay and 90s inland. it's a spare the air day. the sea breeze is week and we are talking about much, much warmer weather the second half of the weekend and into next week. we will look at the seven-day outlook coming up. terry. >> thanks a lot. this morning the woman accused of leaving her daughter behind of a getting caught shoplifting in morgan hill is in cust
is the forecast from lisa argen. >> lisa: good morning. here is the view from mount tam. you can see in the distance, mount tam here but look at all the fog. compressed marine layer in parts of the north bay. we started out in the 40s. it was chilly start from napa to santa rosa. still fog around the airport. look what happens around by noontime, warming up from the low to mid-60s in the bay. 12-10 degrees of warming from our coast to inland valleys. we're not done yet. warmest day of the week will be the holiday tomorrow. details coming up. >> terry: breaking news in san francisco, the chp is investigating the cause of a crash at highway 101 that sent a car over the railing onto the street below. video of the scene just in. it happened at the split. two cars collided sending one car flying on to vermont street. this is near 16th. the driver was transported to the hospital with unknown injuries. >> san francisco police investigating a fatal motorcycle crash in golden gate park last night. the man in his 30s crashed into a light pole near kezar drive and martin luther king drive. the
and officials marched for peace today. >> have to take back the streets. take bat our communities. >> lisa: they marched, 100 strong, down international boulevard, demanding change come to oakland. [shouting] >> lisa: pastors from several oakland churches are leading the march because right now oakland is struggling. last night, four people were shot during three different incidents. one was in this kentucky fried chicken parking lot on macarthur boulevard and last week ten more people were shot, including three children. >> no one wants this to happen to their children. >> lisa: she is marching, not just for her children but for all of oakland's children. >> our youth, i don't know what's wrong. you know what, you have nothing else, you do have to pray. >> lisa: they sang, prayed and talked about the city's real problems, and some real solutions. >> what i really think is african-american males need to step up and take their behinds out there and get their kids and pull them off the dispreetz -- streets and don't by afraid of their kid. >> march organizers are holding the city responsible
on the middle of this labor day weekend. here's meteorologist lisa argen. >> yes. it's going to get even warmer, if you like that. so we could say even better. we looking at emeryville. plenty of fog in the fourth bay where temperatures have dropped into the mid-40s. if you are planning out the rest of your day, starting out with a lot of clouds. visibility down to a quarter meal. but by noontime we will see warmer temperatures and more sunshine with numbers in the mid-60s in the inland valleys and take a look where we warm up inland, near 80 around the bay and 90 inland, staying the 60s at the coast. the sea breeze is backing off and the marine layer is quite compressed. be careful if you are traveling this morning, especially in the north bay. terry. >> thanks very much. this morning we begin with a special prayer vinal i will for a vittcally injured san jose firefighter. it will be heliat 4:00 this morning. this is in honor of 41-year-old veteran firefighter frank ryan who remains in intensive care. he collapsed while battling the fire at state patrick's cathedral. we have an update from the
gist lisa argen. >> good morning. we have fog at our coast along the bay. concord and livermore are clear this morning but we will look for more fog over the bay. if you head on out, temperatures are in the 50s. by noontime we will with without the fog. mostly sunny conditions with 60s at the coast, upper 70s around the bay. but by the afternoon we will reach in the upper 80s to lower 90s. and we will have sunshine and about 60 at our coast. cooling off with more low clouds and fog by the bay this evening. so the pattern remains pretty much unchanged, although tomorrow we are talking about some subtle changes in the forecast. i'll let you know about those in a few minutes. >> look forward to it, lisa. thanks very much. new this morning, one of the largest volunteer efforts in the world take place today and here in the bay area this morning thousands of volunteers are expected to hit beaches, shore lines and inland waterways for the state's 28th annual coastal cleanup day. put on gloves and pick up trash, debris and other discarded junk that paw let's our beautiful coastline and
's meteorologist lisa argen. >> hi, everyone. we have a compressed marine layer so that is providing fog around the bay. and cool temperatures. fog not only in napa, santa rosa, but east valley. if you are headed out be careful in your start. but this will lead to a warming and drying trend and that means temperatures to as much as five to somewhat ten degrees warmer in areas throughout the bay area. we are talking about temperatures topping out around 90 degrees in the inland valleys. we are still going to see some coastal fog and the sea breeze is going to kick up throughout the afternoon. all in all a warmer day for everyone and the warmest day of the week yet to come. i'll talk about that a little later. tray. >> lisa, thanks very much. this morning we begin with a special prayer vigil for a critically injured san jose firefighter. it will be held at 4:00 this morning. this is in honor of 41-year-old veteran firefighter frank ryan who remains in intensive care. he collapsed while battling the fire at state patrick's cathedral. firefighters did save saint patrick's school that will hold sund
first look at the forecast. here's meteorologist lisa argen. >> good morning. just over two hours left of summer and then we usher in fall. plenty of clear skies as our northern gradient is keeping the fog at bay. it will start off sunny with temperatures dropping into the 40s in the north bay, 50s elsewhere, and by noontime we are about 60 coastside, mid-70s in the inland valleys. look how warm, to the upper 80s, near 90 around the tri-valley. some fog is going to come back along the shoreline for the later afternoon hours. in fact, the sea breeze is going to kick up after about 1:00 to 25 miles an hour and changes are in store for the first full day of fall tomorrow. we will talk about those coming up. terry. >> lisa, thanks very much. >> this morning several businesses are cleaning up after a second straight night of protests after a shooting that occurred thursday night. at least 40 demonstrators returned last night and threw things at police. one officer was injured. they damaged several mission district businesses, including a paintball attack that broke a restaurant windows. sev
weather is coming this way. >> lisa: this is spare-the-air day. not only fog across the bay but livermore and san jose. we looking at gray start and mist at our coast but by noontime, upper 50s at the shoreline. still a sea breeze here. 70s and 80s around the bay. look at that, we're not stopping mid 90s. 18 degrees warming today. we have full moon tonight but hot tomorrow. looks as though the heat wave is going to stick around for a while. high fire danger and we'll have a look at all the numbers coming up. >> terry: breaking news in vallejo. a fire has damaged the law offices of orders zi davis. it was put down by firefighters. nobody was injured but officials say the fire is suspicion. they are calling in arson investigators. they arrived at the fire scene and visibly shaken by what they were seen. it's considered a crime scene and that is all fire officials are saying right now. this morning, she is in custody. the woman accused of leaving her daughter behind after getting caught shop lifting in morgan hill. she was arrested in nevada last night ending a nine day odyssey. sheriff's de
in probably. let's check in with lisa argen. >> yeah, we are a little cloudy to start out. good morning, terry. looking at low clouds and fog all around the bay. temperatures in the 50s to the upper 40s right now. if you are planning your day here's the way it's going to look with 4050s to start out at our coast. we will hold on to the low clouds and the fog for some time. but by the midday hour everyone is mostly sunny and will enjoy the weather. mid-60s around the bay to the upper 60s inland. that gives you an idea how warm it is going to be by the afternoon. are going to climb another 10, 15 degrees to the upper 80s, near 90 with upper 70s around the bay. keeping it cool with the on shore flow at the coast and that's a hint for what's to come for the second half of the weekend. we are talking cooler temperatures spreading across the bay. i'll have that forecast for you coming up a bit later. terry. >> thanks a lot, lisa. new this morning, one of the largest volunteer efforts in the world take place today. in the bay area this morning thousands of volunteers are expected to hit beaches, shor
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